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Dancing At Lughnasa

April 20

| £9 - £11

Five sisters live out their lives in rural Ireland in the 1930s, hoping beyond hope for events which will free them from their domestic solitude. Brian Friel’s play, which was a resounding success at the National Theatre, London’s West End and the Broadway of New York in the 1990s, is both magical and tragic as the sisters aspire to a happiness we know they will never achieve.

The play takes place around the Celtic festival of Lughnasa which marks a bitter harvest for the sisters and their frail elder brother who has returned from life as a missionary in Africa.

 

Start Time : 7.30pm

 

Ticket Price : £11 / £9

 

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Date:
April 20
Cost:
£9 - £11
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The Seagull
Phone:
01502 589726
Email:
info@theseagull.co.uk
Website:
www.theseagull.co.uk

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The Seagull
19-75 Morton Road, Pakefield
Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0JH United Kingdom
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19-75 Morton Road,
Pakefield,
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